Baccarat decline pushes Nevada revenue down 2.2% in March
| By Robert Fletcher
Gambling revenue in Nevada fell 2.2% year-on-year in March, primarily due to a 51.0% drop in baccarat revenue during the month.
Total market revenue in March reached $1.31bn, down from $1.35bn in the same month in 2022 but 5.7% higher than $1.24bn in February of this year.
Slots remained the primary source of revenue by some margin, generating $906.5m worth of revenue during the month, up 0.4% on last year. Multi-denomination slots led the way with $510.5m in revenue, followed by penny slots on $287.6m.